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Match 18, India v Australia

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Ponting confident of making first Champions Trophy final

'We've got no excuses'

Oct 31, 2006: Ricky Ponting believes Australia have "no excuses" for not overcoming New Zealand on Wednesday and booking a place in their first Champions Trophy final

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Form of bowlers to decide fate of No. 6

Clarke gets Ashes boost from Ponting

Oct 30, 2006: Michael Clarke could have the edge over Shane Watson in the fight for a place in the first Ashes Test, provided Australia's bowlers are in top form coming into the match

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Captain says side is settled

Ponting predicts few changes for World Cup

Oct 30, 2006: Australia's one-day squad will undergo few, if any, changes before the World Cup begins in March, according to the captain Ricky Ponting

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Inexperience costs India

Oct 29, 2006: Big occasions usually demand the big boys to stand up and both Rahul Dravid and Ricky Ponting admitted that the vast rift in bowling experience was the deciding factor in Australia's comprehensive victory

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan at Chandigarh

India v Australia, 18th match, Champions Trophy

McGrath conquers Tendulkar again

Oct 29, 2006: Cricinfo looks at the significant numbers from Australia's emphatic six-wicket win against India at Mohali&

S Rajesh

India v Australia, 18th match, Champions Trophy

Firing on more cylinders

Oct 29, 2006: Three of Australia's headaches eased as they dumped the hosts and moved into Wednesday's semi-final against New Zealand

The Australian view by Peter English

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When the bowlers left their brains behind

Oct 29, 2006: Today, when the batsmen played smart cricket, the pace bowlers had a collective brain failure. Having strained every sinew to post 249 against the most formidable attack in the world, India gave it away within the space of 14 appalling overs

Indian view by Dileep Premachandran at Mohali

India v Australia, 18th match, Champions Trophy

Impressive Australia overwhelm India

Oct 29, 2006: Australia thrashed India by six wickets to emphatically move into the semi-finals of the tournament

The Bulletin by S Rajesh
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